Friday, December 28, 2012

Little Scrap Pieces - Winter Project

Happy Friday!! I hope you have fun plans for the last weekend of 2012!! Wow, how is that possible?? This year flew by. Friday means it's time for another fun challenge at Little Scrap Pieces!! Brr...it's cold outside...our challenge is to link up any winter card, layout or project :)


For my card, I used kraft paper for the base and paper from My Mind's Eye All Is Bright paper stack. The layers were cut with Spellbinders Matting Basics A and B dies, the edges inked with Tim Holtz Fired Brick Distress Ink. The label is a Spellbinders Nested Pennant die. Winter Wishes is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set.


The ornaments are Spellbinders Heirloom Ornaments 2011 dies. They were glittered with super-fine glitter from Martha Stewart and tied with hemp fiber.

I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  2. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Little Scrap Pieces to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Winter project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Birthday Card and WINNER!!

Happy Thursday!! I hope you are having a great week!! We are digging out from a ton of snow. I am not a fan of snow, but it is beautiful when everything is covered in white, looking peaceful and serene :)


I discovered the other day when I needed a birthday card, that I my stash was really low, so I have one to share with you today. The paper is heavy-weight cardstock from Canvas Corp. The bottom two layers were cut with Spellbinders Card Creator Matting Basics A and B. The B layer was embossed with a Cuttlebug Floral Screen embossing folder. The butterfly is a Spellbinders Fanciful Flight die, inked with Angel Pink and embossed with a Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder. A Spellbinders Floral Oval was attached with foam tape. A Spellbinders Classic Ovals Small was stamped with a Tim Holtz Floral Tattoo stamp in Angel Pink from Memento and attached with foam tape. The label is a Spellbinders Fancy Framed Tags 1, the top oval inked with Angel Pink Memento Ink and attached with foam tape. Happy Birthday is from JustRite Stampers Fleur de Lis stamp set.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. Crafty Friends #13- Add a Splash
  2. Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
  3. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  4. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
And now for the winner of the My Mind's Eye paper stack from the Owl Be Home For Christmas Bog Hop!! I want to thank everyone who stopped by and for leaving such sweet comments!! Random.org chose as the winner...................


And #73 is...............................


Congratulations, Tracey!! I'll email you or you can send your address to me at indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com and I'll get the paper in the mail to you!!

Thanks for stopping by!! Have a great day :)

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Decorate to Celebrate #41 - New Year's/Winter Party

Happy Wednesday, everyone!! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas!! I'm sorry this post is late...we were hit with the blizzard...so much snow :( We didn't lose power, but I wasn't able to get an internet connection all day.

It's the last challenge of the year at Decorate to Celebrate. For Challenge #43, we are asking you to create any project to be used as a party decoration (or party supply) for a New Year's or Winter Party. Let's celebrate everything wonderful about bringing in the New Year with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more :)


For my New Year's party, I created a wine or champagne topper. The paper is from My Mind's Eye Penny Lane stack. The bottom edge was cut with a Spellbinders Labels 4 die, and the insert was cut with a Spellbinders Classic Rectangles Small. Happy New Year and 2013 were cut from a Tim Holtz Inside Out die. The crinkle ribbon is from Karen of Little Scrap Pieces.

Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Decorate to Celebrate to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your New Year's/Winter project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas!!

I want to wish all of my blog friends a
safe, happy and blessed Holiday season!!


Saturday, December 22, 2012

Owl Be Home For Christmas Blog Hop

Hello Friends!! Welcome to the Owl Be Home For Christmas Blog Hop!!


We are so happy you are here!! You should have arrived from Ashley's blog. If not, please be sure to start at the beginning at Heather Lynn's blog http://heathernovinger.blogspot.com/ so you don't miss out on a thing!! We have all made some super cute owl themed projects to share with you today!! You will not only get some inspiration ~ but you could win prizes, too!! Heather Lynn is offering one hopper a really fun prize:


You must FOLLOW and COMMENT at all of the stops to have a chance to win the Grand Prize!! There will be lots of other candy offered along the way!! Please take your time and visit all of the blogs!! You have all weekend to do so. Please be sure to let us know at the last stop (at Pinque Peacock) that you followed the rules to be included in the random drawing for the Grand Prize!!


For my project, I created Owl-idays treat bags!! I used bags sent to me by my sweet friend Georgiana of Carson's Creations...thanks again, Georgiana!! The papers are from My Mind's Eye Be Merry stack. The larger topper is a Spellbinders Grand Labels 4. The smaller topper is a Decorative Labels One and a Labels One. The owls are Spellbinders Nested Owls dies. The crinkle ribbon is from Karen of Little Scrap Pieces. The banner is a Spellbinders Ribbon Banner Die, lightly inked with Fired Brick Distress Ink. "Happy Owl-idays" is from K Andrew Designs Owly Hoo stamp set.

I have blog candy!!


All you have to do to win is this 6x6 My Mind's Eye Sunshine paper stack (I'd love some sunshine since there are a couple of inches of snow on the ground right now ;) is:
  1. Be a follower
  2. Leave a comment with a way to contact you
That's it!! I will announce the winner on Wednesday, December 26th.

Now you can head over to Melissa's blog next. Here is the wonderful line up we have for you this weekend!!

Heather Lynn - http://heathernovinger.blogspot.com/
Teresa - http://www.createenjoyshare.blogspot.com/
Jenn - http://scraphappensembellishit.blogspot.com/
Jessica Esch - http://chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com/
Ashley - http://thebloghopprincess.blogspot.com/
Lisa - http://indymermaid.blogspot.com/ < YOU ARE HERE
Melissa Kelsey - http://kelseymel.blogspot.com/
An'Jenic Gibson - http://anjenicgibson.blogspot.com/
Cindy - http://www.cindys-greencricut.blogspot.com/
Julie - http://jk-littlebitofbling.blogspot.com/
Joe - http://scrapbookjoeblog.blogspot.com/
Christina Capps - http://cema1cema.blogspot.com/
Janet R - http://janetscreativeworld.blogspot.com/
Paula - http://scrapyourworld1.blogspot.com/
Tara - http://www.craftindesertdivas.blogspot.com/
Heather D. - http://joemamainks.blogspot.com/
Norma - http://lilhoneybeestudios.blogspot.com/
Pinque Peacock - http://pinquepeacock.blogspot.com/

Thanks so much for joining us!! We really appreciate each and everyone of you!!

Friday, December 21, 2012

Little Scrap Pieces - Santa Challenge

Happy Friday!! The challenge this week at Little Scrap Pieces is "Santa"...we want to see a Santa on your project!! And gosh, he will be here in just a few short days!! I have some serious shopping to do this weekend to finish up before the big guy arrives :)


The base of my Santa card is heavyweight paper from Canvas Corp. The patterned paper is from Recollections Jolly and Bright stack from last year.


The scalloped edge of the long piece of paper was cut with a Spellbinders Labels 11. The gorgeous red crinkle ribbon is from Karen. Merry Holidays is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set. Unfortunately, this set is sold out, but there are still a few sets you can purchase at 60% off while supplies last. Click HERE to visit her online shop.


The bottom die is a Spellbinders Fancy Tags One. The next two layers are Spellbinders Labels Seventeen. Foam tape was used between each of the layers for dimension.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Red and Green
  2. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Little Scrap Pieces to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Santa project...I can't wait to see what you create!! And don't forget to stop back tomorrow for the Owl Be Home For Christmas Blog Hop!! Lots of prizes to be won :)

Thursday, December 20, 2012

WINNER!!

Happy Thursday, everyone!! I hope you are having a great day!! It's actually my birthday today :) And I wanted to share it with all of you by announcing the winner of my giveaway!!

Thank you all for following me and the awesome comments!! I appreciate them so much. I wish I had something to give each of you. But without further ado, Random.org selected the winner as:

And that is.....................


Congratulations, Karen!! I will send you a message or you can email me at indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com and I'll get the Spellbinders and paper pack in the mail to you.


Also, I hope you will stop back this weekend for the Owl Be Home For Christmas Blog Hop!! There will be some amazing projects to see (I've seen sneak peeks and believe me, they are fabulous!!) and some wonderful prizes to be won as well!! I'll have some candy to give away, so be sure you stop in on Saturday or Sunday!! Have a great day :)

Monday, December 17, 2012

Paper Playtime #91 - Winter Fun

For my Christmas Spellbinders Giveaway, Click HERE

Happy Monday!! It's time for a Paper Playtime Challenge...our last challenge of 2012!! For Challenge #91, the theme is Winter Fun. Our sponsor for this challenge is Mary of Cardz TV. One lucky participant will receive 1 set of Mary's stamps!!


For my winter fun card, I created a snowman center-step card. The base paper is heavyweight cardstock from Canvas Corp., the rest is from My Mind's Eye Be Merry stack. The base layer and snowman were embossed with the Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder. The snowman is a Sizzex die. The crinkle ribbon for his scarf is from Karen of Little Scrap Pieces. The deer is a Tim Holtz Reindeer Flight die


The trees are Spellbinders Nested Pine Trees, the edges sanded and gems from Recollections added. The sentiment tag is a Spellbinders Nested Pennant die. "Winter Wonderland" is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set.

I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  2. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Paper Playtime to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Winter Fun project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Merry Christmas Tag

Happy Sunday!! I hope you are having a great weekend!! I'm still out of town, but have this set to auto-post. I should be home tonight so I will be stopping by to visit in the next couple of days :) I wanted to enter the challenge this week at Simon Says Stamp & Show. The theme is "Inspired by Tim's 12 Tags"...and you can use any of his past tags for inspiration. I chose his Day 6 tag from 2010. Here is my take:


I chose to recreate this tag because not only do I love it, but I actually have most of the materials to make it :) The tag was cut from Tim's Tag & Bookplate die on Canvas Corp heavyweight cardstock. The porcelain crackle stamp from TH's Joyful Song was stamped on the Tall Pines Texture Fade embossing folder in Vintage Photo Distress Ink, and then the tag was embossed. The tag was then sponged with Broken China and Weathered Wood Distress Ink. The edges were distressed with TH's Tonic Edge Distresser and inked with Walnut Distress Ink. The tree tops were inked with Forest Moss Distress Ink, and the trunks with Vintage Photo. The dots stamp from TH's Psychedelic Grunge stamp set was inked with TH's Antique Bronze Distress stain and applied randomly to the background.

The deer was cut from TH's Reindeer Flight die in Grungeboard, and then embossed with a Cuttlebug Snowflake embossing folder. It was inked with Snow Cap Paint Dabber and once it was dry, sanded with TH's Sanding Grip. It was then sponged with Weathered Wood. The antlers were cut from TH's Branch Tree die and inked with Vintage Photo. The wreath is a pipe cleaner with a bell on the end from Joann's $1 bin. The wander charm at the top is from TH's Philosophy Tag.


TH's Tissue Tape was applied to the bottom. The Merry Christmas Tag is from TH's Odds and Ends stamp set, stamped on a TH Journaling Ticket. It was stamped in Fired Brick Distress Ink and then embossed with Recollections Blaze embossing powder. This powder is so awesome...it's red and gold mixed together for a beautiful embossed look!!

Here is Tim's tag I used for inspiration:


I am entering the tag in the following challenges:
  1. Simon Says Stamp & Show - Inspired by Tim's 12 Tags
  2. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  3. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
  4. DJ's Sundries - Tag Challenge
Thanks so much for stopping by!!

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Friday, December 14, 2012

Little Scrap Pieces Fun Friday - Holiday

Happy Friday!! What are your plans for the weekend?? I will be celebrating Christmas early with my sister and her family, so I will be out of town until Sunday evening. I will visit all of your blogs when I get back :)  It's time for another Fun Friday Challenge at Little Scrap Pieces!! The theme this week  is a fun one...any "Holiday" card project or layout.


For my Holiday card, I started with paper from My Mind's Eye All is Bright Paper stack. The edges were distressed with a Zutter Distress-it-All for a shabby chic look.



The angel is from Tim Holtz Joyful Song stamp set...I just love this stamp :) It was stamped with Versafine ink in Onyx and then embossed with Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder in Black.


The ornament is a Spellbinders Heirloom Ornaments 2011 die. "A Joyful Christmas" is from the same Joyful Song set, stamped with Fired Brick and then embossed with Fired Brick Distress Ink. The ornament was popped up with foam tape for dimension. The swirl gems and individual gems are from Recollections. The ribbon is from May Arts, the button from my stash.


I am linking this up with the following challenges:
  1. Simon Says Stamp - What's Your Favorite (Spellbinders, Tim Holtz and MME)
  2. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  3. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Little Scrap Pieces to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Holiday project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Decorate to Celebrate #40 - Christmas Party

Happy 12/12/12!! I hope you are having a great week :) It's time for another fun challenge at Decorate to Celebrate!! For Challenge #40, we are asking you to create any project to be used as a party decoration (or party supply) for a Christmas Party. Let's celebrate everything wonderful about mistletoe, holly and the Nativity with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more :)


For my Christmas Party, I created gift card holders.


The gift card holder is a Tim Holtz Pocket Envelope Punch.  The papers are from My Mind's Eye.


A strip of burlap was attached to the front, and then a Spellbinders Nested Pennant Die was stamped with "Christmas Wishes" from JustRite's Deck The Halls stamp set. It was inked with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The believe charm is from Tim Holtz Idea-ology Philosophy Tags and the hemp fiber is from Michaels.


For the second gift card holder, a Spellbinders Nested Pennant Die was inked with Fired Brick Distress Ink. No Peeking is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set. The 25 is from Tim Holtz Idea-ology Numerals and the crinkle ribbon is from Karen of Little Scrap Pieces.

Now it's your turn...head on over to Decorate to Celebrate to see the amazing projects my design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Christmas Party project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

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Monday, December 10, 2012

In Everything Give Thanks

For my Christmas Spellbinders Giveaway, Click HERE

Happy Monday!! I hope you had a great weekend!! I got quite a bit of my Christmas shopping done, but I still have some to go. Don't you just love wrapping presents listening to Christmas music with all the festive lights on :)


Most of you know that my style is pretty much the opposite of CAS. I love layers and bling. But the current challenge at Crafty Friends is CAS. My sweet and incredibly talented friend Beate of Fresh and Fun guided me to a new challenge blog where I could find inspiration for CAS cards, CAS(E) this Sketch. So I used the current sketch as a guide for my card.


The layers of the card were cut with Spellbinders Matting Basics A and B. The base layer was embossed with the Swiss Dots embossing folder. The next layer was inked with Sprout Memento Ink. The flower images are from Tim Holtz Nature's Elements stamp set. They were stamped with Fired Brick Distress Ink and then embossed with Fired Brick Embossing Powder. It was then inked with Sprout Memento ink and popped up with foam tape for dimension. The lace ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. The sentiment is from K Andrew Designs Scripture Sayings stamp set.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. Crafty Friends Challenge #12 - CAS
  2. CAS(E) this Sketch #8 (see sketch below)
  3. DL.ART Thankful Thursday Challenge - Red and Green
  4. Sunday Funday #4 - Anything Goes
  5. Creative Inspirations Paint Inspired By: CAS

I have to give a shout-out to my Alma Mater...2012 Soccer National Champs!! Have a great day :)

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Friday, December 7, 2012

Little Scrap Pieces Design Team!!

For my Christmas Spellbinders Giveaway, Click HERE

Hi everyone and happy Friday!! I hope you have fun plans for the weekend. I need to tackle my Christmas list, so lots of shopping and wrapping for me in the near future :)


I am so excited to announce that Karen of Little Scrap Pieces has asked me to be on her Design Team for her Fun Friday Challenges!! Karen is one of my oldest and dearest blogging friends, so I am overjoyed to take part in her first-ever Design Team!! And joining me are six of my best blogging buddies: Carri from AKA Abusybee, Diana from DL.ART, Georgiana from Carson's Creations, Jayne from Jayne Designs, Shelly from My Paper Love and Sherrie from Sherrie Scraps with Passion. I am so honored and happy to be among such fabulously talented crafters and great friends :)

This week's challenge is: "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"...which I love since I  need to finish my Christmas cards, too :)


The base of the card is Canvas Corp heavyweight paper, cut with a Spellbinders Grand Scalloped Rectangle and inked with Broken China Distress ink. The next layer is paper from My Mind's Eye All is Bright paper stack, cut with a Spellbinders Grand Rectangle and inked with Broken China. The top banner is a Spellbinders  Ribbon Banner die, inked with Broken China. "Christmas Wishes" is from JustRite's Deck The Halls stamp set.


The center design is a Spellbinders Parisian Motif die, cut in Inkssentials foil tape. The circle is a Spellbinders Standard Circle Small, inked with Broken China Distress Ink. The tree is from Spellbinders Fanciful Holiday, also cut in foil tape and adorned with gems from my stash. The snowflakes are from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set. The gorgeous crinkle ribbon is from Karen of Little Scrap Pieces.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. DL.Art Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes 
  2. Sunday Funday #4 - Linky Party
Head on over to Little Scrap Pieces to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge...then link up your "It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas" projects!! I can't wait to see what you create :)

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Blog Award Thanks and a GIVEAWAY!!

Happy Wednesday!! I hope you are having a great week so far!! I am so late in thanking some people for blog awards and I sincerely apologize.


First, I would like to thank my sweet friend Alessia from A Casa di Ale for gifting me with the Premio Dardos!! This award was invented by the Spanish writer Alberto Zambade in 2008. "This is recognition for every blogger for his commitment to transmit cultural, ethical, literary and personal." I am so honored!! Thank you again, Alessia!!


Next, I would like to thank several dear friends for giving me the Sunshine Blogger Award (in the order the award was received):

Shirl - Creations by Shirl
Lee-AnnSnappy Scraps
MoniCrafty Moni
KristanBabycakes

Thank you so much!! I appreciate it and am so honored that you thought of me!!

Now for the rules:
  1. Include award logo in blog post and thank the blogger who gave it to you & include a link back.
  2. Answer 10 questions about yourself that you have made up.
So here are the ten questions about me...

1) How did I get started crafting?
I used to watch all the crafting shows DIY and HGTV used to air...I first saw Tim Holtz on the Carol Duvall Show.

2) Favorite craft products?
I have so many, but to narrow it down, I am completely hooked on Spellbinders. My goal is to own every single set :) I also love all Tim Holtz products, especially his stamps, dies and inks.

3) Crafting tool I use on a daily basis?
My Tim Holtz retractable craft pick. It can be used for so many things. My craft area might be a mess, and I can never find anything I need, but I always know where my craft pick is :)

4) Hobbies outside of crafting #1?
I am a voracious reader. I average about three books a week. It would be a toss-up which I love more...craft stores or book stores. I could spend hours in both.

5) Hobbies outside of crafting #2?
I love exercise. I try to get in two 45 minute workouts a day, once in the morning and once at night. I treated myself to a NordicTrack treadmill for Christmas on Black Friday and have already put it to good use.

6) Hobbies outside of crafting #3?
I love to travel. Three more states and I'll have my bucket list item crossed off of visiting all 50. Another bucket item is all seven continents, and I still have four to go.

7) Strangest thing that's ever happened to me?
I once found a leg in the middle of the road.

8) Oh wait, you want to know more about the leg??!! Okay, a friend and I were driving, we rounded a curve and there was something lying in the middle of the road. He swerved to avoid it and then we looked at each other and asked, "was that a leg??" at the same time. We drive a few feet and off to the side of the road was a man standing beside his motorcycle with, you guessed it, one leg. So we turned around as soon as we could, drove back to the leg and I got out and picked it up. We drove up to him and he was so thankful. Both of his legs were prosthetic and he couldn't balance the bike and pick up his other leg, so he didn't know what to do. He had just received a new set of legs the day before and they didn't fit properly.

8) Second strangest thing that's happened to me?
A few years ago, I took my mom to a doctor's appointment. I waited for her in the car and I happened to look up and out the doors of the hospital, a girl in a white gown came running out barefoot, her long black hair flying behind her like a cape. She was trying to hold the gown together and run as fast as she could. She crossed four lanes of traffic without looking back. A few seconds later, a cop came running out, looking all around for her. He saw me, came and asked me if I had seen the girl, and I told him which direction she ran. It turns out, she was wanted for several crimes, including a police chase in which she crashed, and she fled while being treated. They eventually found her hours later but I have no idea what happened with the charges against her.

9) Biggest pet peeve?
Inconsiderate people.

10) Life goal?
I want to live on the ocean. I don't care which ocean, but I feel at peace when I can hear the waves crashing and smell the salt in the air. Must be the mermaid in me :)

Thank you again Alessia, Shirl, Lee-Ann, Kathy, Karon, Moni, Naomi and Kristan!! I hope you will visit all of their blogs to see their amazing projects!! They are all fabulously talented but more important, wonderful people and I'm thankful to call them friends!!

You are supposed to pass the Sunshine Award along to 10-12 people, and 15 for the Dardos Award, but I want to pass both along to all of my followers. I am so thankful for each one of you!! Please add these to your blog with my best wishes :)

Now for the reason you are here...a GIVEAWAY!! Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, so I wanted to give one of my dear followers a little Christmas gift from me :)


I am giving away a set of Spellbinders Cherry Blossoms dies, and a Amy Tangerine 6x6 paper stack. All you have to do to be eligible to win is:
  1. Be a follower of my blog
  2. Leave a comment with a way to contact you
That's it!! No hoops to jump through to be eligible to win. You can earn a second entry for posting about this, either on your blog sidebar, a blog post or on Facebook. If you do, please leave an extra comment so I will know...that means 2 chances total to win.

The winner will be announced on twelve, twenty, twenty-twelve (I love saying that!!) 12/20/2012.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and good luck!!

Monday, December 3, 2012

Paper Playtime #90 - Christmas Colors

Happy Monday!! I hope you had a fabulous weekend!! It was so nice here for the first weekend in December...temps in the 60's and mild :) It's time for another fun challenge at Paper Playtime!! For this challenge, we are asking you to use Christmas colors in your project.


Our sponsor for this challenge is the Robin's Nest. One lucky participant will will a $15 gift certificate to shop.


The base of the card is kraft stock, the rest is from My Mind's Eye Merry and Bright stack. The edges are inked with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The ornaments are Tim Holtz Carved Ornaments #2 dies, with Tim Holtz Joy and Wish die inserts. They were popped up with foam tape for dimension. The tops of the ornaments were cut with metallic paper. The top swirl is a Tim Holtz Elegant Flourishes die, adorned with Recollections gems. The banner is a Spellbinders Ribbon Banner die, inked with Peeled Paint Distress Ink. "Merry Christmas" is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set. The ribbon is from May Arts, inked with Peeled Paint Distress Ink.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
  2. DL.Art Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes 
  3. Little Scrap Pieces Fun Friday - Make it Sparkle
  4. Sunday Funday #3 - Linky Party
Now it's your turn...head on over to Paper Playtime to see the amazing projects my design team sisters have made for today's challenge. Then link up your Christmas Colors project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

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